The London Borough of Richmond refused permission for extensions at a house within a conservation area, and one which has been identified as a 'building of townscape merit': the Council's local listing. We appealed against this refusal and worked closely with the client and architects to present a case that the extensions would not lead to any harm to the building, the conservation area or neighbours. We were very pleased to have the appeal allowed.
Client: private householder
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2012 and 2011